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The Time of Berezovsky with Petr Aven
12 April, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Petr Aven will present his book The Time of Berezovsky in the Russian Bookshop on the fourth floor of Waterstones Piccadilly (203 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9HA (D)) on Thursday, 12th April at 18:00. The event is being held as part of the Читай Россию/Read Russia programme. The Time of Berezovsky is based on a series of interviews with dozens of people who knew Berezovsky well at various times of his life, including Valentin Yumashev, Alexander Voloshin, Mikhail Fridman, Anatoly Chubais, Sergei Dorenko, Vladimir Pozner, and others.Aven’s interlocutors present answers to his questions about why Berezovsky became a figure who embodied the important features of his time – the time of the emergence of the second Russian capitalism.
The event will be held in Russian.
Petr Aven is a Russian statesman, businessman, and art collector. In the early 1990s he held leading positions in the government of the Russian Federation, including as Minister of Foreign Economic Relations, and he served as Russia’s representative to the G-7. Aven is a member of the Supervisory Board of Consortium Alfa-Group and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Alfa Banking Group and AlfaStrakhovanie. In 2004, Institutional Investor magazine named him the best manager in the financial services sector in Russia. Aven is also a major collector of early twentieth-century Russian rt.
In partnership with Russian Book Club.
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